The girls and I decided to take a trip to Georgia to visit friends. It was an absolute whirlwind. I planned the trip as best as I could to see as many people in three days as I could without losing my mind. I think it went well except I would have loved more time with each individual person to […]
There has been so much going on around here lately. My head spins most days trying to keep up with the kids’ social obligations. ha! Seriously though, there is a lot of driving kids here, to, and yonder. We have all had a full summer. Last weekend the girls and I visited friends in Georgia, and we loved that time! […]
We got up on Saturday morning, did some packing, counted towels and sheets that we had to return, threw out old food and deflated our pool floats. And then we hit the road for home! We decided to stop for Waffle House along the way. We also went to the new Publix that opened while we were gone. We were […]
More of the beach, more of the sand, more hunting for shells, more wind in our hair, more friend time, more photos, more tired. We took a quick trip to Whaley’s for a late lunch/early dinner. The kids played Drive and Seek on the golf carts. And Major, well…we aren’t sure what Major was doing! Things were getting crazy on […]
At the stroke of day six (literally), two of our friends from church joined us for the last little bit of the trip. They are awesome with the kids and were just what we needed to bring us out of the lull of beach, pool, sleep mode. Must the night always end in ice cream? Evidently, it must! […]
Started day five at the beach Kan Jam, hermit crabs, burying Mack in the sand and trying to take a photo on the rocks Ended day five with our feet in the pool waiting on dinner. Fun time!
The morning started in my usual spot on the bed with my Bible. Then, after a walk and some breakfast, we all went shopping. But not before Mack and Josh spent time looking through Josh’s old football cards. Mack was super-excited that PawPaw brought them for him. We also had a little devotion time before hitting the shops. […]